Solskjaer faced with selection headache as one of his key players will miss Cardiff and Huddersfield fixtures

New Manchester United Interim Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is faced with selection headache as he commence his English Premier League campaign as a coach. His first two league games will be against Cardiff City and Huddersfield and his key striker Romelu Lukaku is ruled out until December 30.
Report from 'Daily Mail' says, Lukaku has been absent from training this week. The Belgian is on compassionate leave. And he's expected to miss games against Cardiff and Huddersfield, and will resume duty officially on boxing day.
Solskjaer will have to work with available players to get the expected result in games against Cardiff and Huddersfield.

Lukaku should be available to face Bournemouth on the 30th of December.

By Oladele Emmanuel Abiodun

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